Singer Demi Lovato made strong revelations about the effects she suffered after the overdose for which she was hospitalized in 2018 and after which she almost lost her life.
Demi Lovato revealed that she suffered a heart attack and three strokes after the overdose for which she was hospitalized in 2018 and after which she almost lost her life.
“The doctors said that he only had 5 or 10 more minutes to live,” said the singer in the trailer for the documentary Dancing with the Devil, which will premiere on March 23 in four installments through the YouTube platform.
“I was left with brain damage and am still dealing with the effects. I cannot drive vehicles because I have blind spots in my vision. For a long time I could not read, “explained the star in a call with the media to present the documentary.
Lovato said that these side effects remind her of what could have happened and what would happen if she returned to “that dark area again.”
“I am grateful for those reminders, but I am thankful for being someone who did not have to do much to rehab. The rehabilitation came on the emotional side ”, he confessed.
“Everything had to happen so that I could learn the lessons I learned,” he added. I am very proud of the person I am now. ”
The documentary, to be shown at the South by Southwest (SXSW) film festival in Austin, Texas in March, explores Lovato’s addiction problems and eating disorders as a child star, as well as the weight of fame. in its most erratic stages.
In addition to the singer’s testimony, other artists such as Christina Aguilera and Elton John participate in the film.
“Being young and famous, my God, is tough,” John says in the trailer.
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